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Lower Mainland-Southwest building permit values down in July

Commercial drop and residential dip lead regional building permits declines

VANCOUVER, September 9, 2013 – Total building permit values in the Lower Mainland-Southwest region fell 20 per cent in July 2013 from June 2013, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of today’s Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Abbotsford permit values down in July

Total building permits dip due to less non-residential activity

VANCOUVER, September 9, 2013 – Building permit values in Abbotsford declined 13 per cent in July  2013 from June 2013, with a 31 per cent rise in residential permits not enough to mitigate a 26 per cent decline in non-residential permits, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Lower Mainland-Southwest permits up in June on strength of commercial permits

Non-residential permits rise while residential permits decrease

VANCOUVER, August 7, 2013 – Total building permit values in the Lower Mainland-Southwest region rose six per cent in June 2013 from May 2013 on the strength of commercial permit activity, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of today’s Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Abbotsford non-residential permits up, residential down in June

Non-residential permits hit high for the year while residential permits slide

VANCOUVER, August 7, 2013 – Total building permit values in Abbotsford fell 29 per cent in June 2013 from May 2013, with a 51 per cent rise in non-residential permits not enough to mitigate a 74 per cent drop in residential permits, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Non-residential construction investment slips slightly after record highs

Drop in industrial spending pushes Metro Vancouver spending down

VANCOUVER, July 17, 2013 – Non-residential construction investment spending in Metro Vancouver was down from the first quarter of 2013, due in large part to a drop in industrial spending, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of Statistics Canada’s Investment in Non-Residential Building Construction report.

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Non-residential investment down in Abbotsford in second quarter

Public and industrial sector gains not enough to offset declines in commercial spending

VANCOUVER, July 17, 2013 – Non-residential construction investment in the Abbotsford CMA saw a decline in the second quarter of 2013, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of Statistics Canada’s Investment in Non-Residential Building Construction report.

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Non-residential building permits climb in May in Lower Mainland-Southwest region

Industrial and public permits surge while residential permits drop, leading to modest total permit decline

VANCOUVER, July 8, 2013 – Total building permit values in the Lower Mainland-Southwest region declined eight per cent in May 2013 from April 2013 despite increases in industrial and public permit activity, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of today’s Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Abbotsford permit values drop in May

Residential permits fall after April surge, while non-residential permits rebound

VANCOUVER, July 8, 2013 – Building permit values in Abbotsford fell 21 per cent in May 2013 from April 2013, with a 51 per cent rise in non-residential permits not enough to mitigate a 38 per cent decline in residential permits, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Lower Mainland-Southwest building permits rebound in April

Residential surge leads rise in permit values with moderate non-residential gains contributing

VANCOUVER, June 5, 2013 – Total building permit values in the Lower Mainland-Southwest region jumped 55 per cent in April 2013 from March 2013, led by a surge in the residential sector, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of today’s Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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Abbotsford permit values rise in April

VANCOUVER, June 5, 2013 – Building permit values in Abbotsford shot up 131 per cent in April 2013 from March 2013, led by a soaring jump of 486 per cent in residential permits, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s analysis of Statistics Canada Building Permit Report.

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